Part of speech: verb

To live or dwell in; occupy.

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Usage examples "inhabit":

  1. Once his rights admitted by his people, he led his army against the numerous Galla tribes who inhabit the beautiful country extending from the south- eastern frontier of Shoa to the picturesque lake of Guaragu. - "A Narrative of Captivity in Abyssinia With Some Account of the Late Emperor Theodore, His Country and People", Henry Blanc.
  2. This, then, was the canoe birch- tree, so much talked of, and so valuable to the poor Indians who inhabit the cold regions where it grows. - "Popular Adventure Tales", Mayne Reid.
  3. But those whom we shall fashion to inhabit it shall see with other eyes than ours, and lights will be needed- lights for day, and lights for night." - "Journeys Through Bookland Volume Four", Charles H. Sylvester.